- Fully funded ILM level 2 and 3 programmes for your staff starting this March in Knowsley
- Bespoke workshops for SMEs to support expansion and growth
The Liverpool Business School at LJMU currently manages and delivers two programmes under the Leadership Growth Skills project, funded through the European Social Fund, to upskill people currently fulfilling, or with the future potential to undertake higher level management and leadership roles.
The accredited ILM programmes commence in Knowsley on 14 and 16 March. The level two programme is suitable for early-career professionals with future potential to progress into higher-level leadership and management positions. While the level three programme is suitable for individuals in roles such as directors, middle managers, aspiring leaders of the future, and owners of microenterprises and SMEs that have not received formal leadership and management skills training previously.
The current programmes are fully funded which means no direct cost subject to meeting the eligibility criteria which includes being aged 18 and above, living or working within one of the six boroughs of the Liverpool City Region, employed or self-employed with an SME or social enterprise and the right to work in the UK.
Liverpool Business School can also deliver bespoke workshops to support SMEs with 20 or more employees as they look towards expansion and can focus on a range of topics such as managing change, mapping out future visions and actions to help scale up.
Contact LJMU’s Business Liaison Officer Chris Walters if you would like to discuss the leadership programmes and support packages currently available in the Knowsley area. Get in touch via email email@example.com or phone 07790 386680 and visit the LJMU website for further information www.ljmu.ac.uk/lgs
Further information about LJMU
In every corner of the Liverpool City Region’s economy, you find Liverpool John Moores University and the ambitious leadership and innovation that remain at the institution’s core since being founded nearly 200 years ago.
Through student-led business clinics and consultancy projects, to development programmes for leaders, LJMU is committed to bridging specific skills gaps, improving workforce productivity, and driving growth, inclusivity, and diversity within the heart of the business community.
For more than four decades the Liverpool Business School at LJMU has supported the region’s businesses by delivering leadership programmes alongside expertise and support.